News for Llangynog
Community Council - Notice of Meeting 16th July 2019
Garden waste banks to be removed
Shooting at Pennant Melangell raised at the Welsh Assembly Government
Income tax Marriage Allowance
Llangynog not to get superfast (fibre) broadband under Superfast Cymru
Meeting with Glyn Davies MP regarding A & E provision
Welcome to new members from Llangynog WI
Are you worried about slipping, tripping or falling in and around your home?
Council taking over the kerbside recycling collections from Cae Post
Rural development programme 2014-2020 - EOI windows NOW OPEN
Do you need a larger waste bin?
What can I recycle? What can't I recycle?
Llangynog now has a defibrillator
1000 Mile Trial for prewar cars comes to Llangynog
Integration of community health and social care front-line services and teams
‘Helpmates’ comes to northeast Powys
Shooting at Pennant Melangell raised at the Welsh Assembly Government

Helen Mary Jones (Plaid Cymru Assembly Member for Mid and West Wales) has lodged the business statement below with the Welsh Assembly Government.

"I wonder, leader of the house, if you will ask the next Cabinet Secretary for the environment to consider making a statement to this house on the potential of licensing systems for commercial shooting businesses in Wales. I'm not an opponent of field sports, but my colleague Councillor Bryn Davies in Pennant Melangell in north Montgomeryshire, is facing a situation where a particular business, where for decades they've shot for a couple of days a week in a way that’s perfectly acceptable to the local community, are now shooting four to five days a week for protracted lengths of time, and it seems that the powers available to the local authority are not sufficient for them to restrict this. This is obviously bringing the business itself into disrepute, it’s making things very, very difficult for the neighbours, and it’s actually having an impact on neighbouring farming businesses. So I'd be very grateful if whoever is the new Cabinet Secretary for the environment could take a look at the current system for regulating these businesses. And I should stress that this is a commercial business; this is not somebody who's doing a limited amount of shooting on their own land, obviously, or they wouldn't be shooting five days a week. And I really feel this is an area where we should be able to regulate effectively."